Lateral movement exploits related to gaps in Credential Guard

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Important research from CyberArk Labs recently demonstrated that while Credential Guard in Microsoft Windows 10 limits certain types of credential theft, it has gaps that still allow attackers to achieve lateral movement, privilege escalation and – ultimately – full domain compromise.

This blog outlines step-by-step how attackers can steal and re-use domain-level service credentials, despite Credential Guard being enabled.  

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